Charles Haddock, Jr.

 

 

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  Charles Haddock Jr.

Charles first married Sarah (Collins) and & second married Susan (Meyers/Moyers) (widow of Solomon Rumbaugh) 

 

Haddock Home Land in the Hudson Bottoms

 Near New Site - Walnut Grove

 New Site Cemetery

April 9, 1904, Cassville Democrat, Weekly Barry County Paper, Cassville, MO:  Charlie Beaver allowed us the minutes of the 13th Annual Session of the 13th Annual session of the Mt. Zion Association of United Baptist, held with the New Prospect Church. Benton County Ark., commencing on Friday before the 4th Sabbath in August, 1854 and following day, which was printed by Wm. Quesenbury of Fayetteville, Ark., in 1854. Elder J. F. Mitchell was Moderator and G. W. Ford, clerk. Elders Donagan, Brown, and Slover were prominent in the proceedings. They had $21.56 in the treasury, $3.95 Expense. Evan Daughtery represented the Washburn Church with 50 members. J. F. Mitchell, John Roller and H. Pendergraft represented the New Prospect Church with 45 members. Chas. Haddock, J. G. Castaw and W. C. Montgomery represented New Site with 93 members. He also has a copy of minutes of the association held Oct 12, 13, and 14, 1860 with Pond Spring Church, Benton County, Ark. The attendance on this meeting was not as large as the one mentioned above. Six churches were represented at this meeting while there was ten at the other. At this meeting it was resolved to unite with the body dropping the former name and the united Body be styled the Northwestern Arkansas Baptist Association. The association adjourned to meet with Antioch Baptist Church Friday before the first Sunday in October 1861 in Benton Co., Ark.

 

Descendants of Charles Haddock, Jr.

1 Charles Haddock, Jr. b: 1809 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: July 16, 1862 in Near Garfield, Benton Co., AR Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO [no stone] +Sarah Collins b: Abt. 1815 in Warren Co., Kentucky m: August 14, 1830 in Boone Co., Missouri d: Abt. January 1851 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO 

2 Martha Jane Haddock b: 1831 in Boone Co., MO d: Aft. 1850 in Barry Co., Missouri +Alexander H. Montgomery b: 1825 in Illinois m: July 11, 1850 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1850 in Barry Co., Missouri

2 Charles Marion Haddock b: 1834 in Boone Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1880 in Fannin County, Texas  +Mary Ann Posey aka: Polly b: Abt. 1834 in Barry Co., Missouri m: October 16, 1853 in Barry Co., Missouri d: 1859 in Barry Co., Missouri *2nd Wife of Charles Marion Haddock: +Janetta Bryant b: 1840 in Indiana m: June 11, 1860 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Abt. 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri *3rd Wife of Charles Marion Haddock: +Elizabeth Maxwell b: Abt. 1836 in Tennessee m: Bef. 1880 d: Aft. 1880 in Fannin County, Texas

2 Elizabeth Haddock b: March 30, 1835 in Missouri d: December 30, 1881 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: December 30, 1881 New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek, Barry Co., MO +Edward J. Wormington b: December 31, 1831 in Palmyra, Marion County, Missouri m: December 25, 1853 in Barry Co., Missouri d: October 09, 1865 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: October 10, 1865 New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek, Barry County, MO

2 Nancy Haddock b: February 25, 1837 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 10, 1912 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: April 11, 1912 New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO +William Marshall Carlin b: December 19, 1839 in Harrison Co., West Virginia m: July 28, 1859 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 05, 1916 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: April 06, 1916 New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO

2 Sarah Haddock b: November 19, 1839 in Barry County, Missouri d: March 08, 1915 in Ozark Co., MO Burial: Mammoth Cemetery, Ozark Co., MO +John Crumley b: October 11, 1838 in Buncombe County, North Carolina m: July 15, 1860 in Barry County, Missouri d: April 04, 1909 in Ozark County, Missouri Burial: Mammoth Cemetery, Ozark Co., MO

2 Angeline Haddock b: Abt. 1840 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1860 +John A. G. Sutton b: Abt. 1840 in Ohio m: Abt. 1859 in Barry Co., MO d: Aft. 1860

2 Noah Haddock b: March 14, 1842 in Barry Co., Missouri d: October 07, 1909 in Wheaton, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: October 08, 1909 Chitwood Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +Harriet Crumley b: March 30, 1840 in Habersham Co., Georgia m: April 21, 1861 in Barry Co., Missouri d: July 02, 1888 in Wheaton, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: July 03, 1888 Chitwood Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 Boon Haddock b: December 12, 1843 in Barry Co., Missouri d: May 05, 1919 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: May 05, 1919 Haddock Cemetery, Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO +Columbia Cornelia Russell b: January 14, 1844 in Barry Co., Missouri m: February 15, 1866 in Barry Co., Missouri d: May 20, 1925 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: May 22, 1925 Haddock Cemetery, Eagle Rock, Barry County, MO

2 Mary Margaret Haddock b: June 02, 1846 in Barry Co., Missouri d: August 08, 1914 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO +Van T. Reed b: February 1828 in Virginia m: September 23, 1898 in Pierce City, Lawrence Co., MO

2 Penelope Haddock b: March 05, 1848 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 03, 1924 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO +James Alison Swiger b: August 30, 1850 in Virginia m: October 17, 1869 in Barry Co., Missouri d: May 09, 1907 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO

2 Joseph F. Haddock b: December 1849 in Barry Co., Missouri d: 1927 in Monett, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO +Mary Josephine Berry b: 1851 in Barry County, Missouri m: March 29, 1874 in Barry County, MO d: April 12, 1887 in Barry County, Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO

2 Joel Haddock b: April 1850 in Barry Co., MO d: Bet. January - February 1851 in Barry Co., MO Burial: New Site, Barry Co., Missouri [Flat Sand Stone]

*2nd Wife of Charles Haddock, Jr.:  +Susan Moyers b: April 25, 1823 in Armstrong County, PA m: March 1852 in Barry Co., Missouri d: December 23, 1900 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 Richard Ransom Haddock aka: Rance b: December 19, 1852 in Capps Creek, Barry Co., Missouri d: January 21, 1941 in Exeter, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: January 23, 1941 Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Barry County, MO +Sarah Browning b: September 15, 1852 in Arkansas m: November 07, 1872 in Barry Co., Missouri d: March 02, 1936 in Exeter, Barry, Missouri Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Barry County, MO

2 Rachel Haddock b: February 10, 1857 in Barry Co., Missouri d: March 29, 1933 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: March 30, 1933 New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO +John Henry Banks b: March 20, 1854 in Barry Co., Missouri m: March 09, 1873 in Barry Co., Missouri d: December 01, 1909 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO

2 Alonzo Haddock b: November 14, 1859 in Barry Co., Missouri d: November 26, 1942 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO +Louisa Browning b: November 09, 1862 in Barry Co., Missouri m: December 26, 1880 in Barry Co., Missouri d: December 10, 1936 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO


Descendants of Charles Haddock, Jr., Barry Co., MO

Henry McCary was married to Mary Adeline Haddock, dt of Noah & Harriett (Crumley) Haddock. They are both buried at Chitwood Cemetery in Barry County, MO, at the foot of the graves of Noah and Harriett (Crumley) Haddock. Mary was born January 01, 1863 and died 1939. Henry was born September 04, 1868 and died July 06, 1918. Noah Haddock was the son of Charles & Sarah (Collins) Haddock. Harriett was the daughter of Thomas & Susan (Oliver) Crumley. The Crumley family was a Quaker family that came to Barry County from Habersham Co., Georgia. Noah was born March 14, 1842 and died October 07, 1909. He was a Civil War Solider and was the Battle of Pea Ridge. Harriett was born March 30, 1840 and died July 02, 1888.


Marriage record

Document: Barry County, Missouri marriage records, Cassville, MO, Certified Copy: This is to certify that I did solemnize the rite of matrimony between Noah Haddock and Harriet Crumly on the 21st day of April, 1861. Given under my hand this 6th day of May 1861. W. P. Johnson Justice B.C.C. Wm Hubbert, Recorder. Barry County, MO.

 

Wanda Mae Haddock, wife of Clarence H. Lechner, passed away July 11, 2003. She was the present president of the Haddock/Tucker Reunion Association and was an avid genealogist. She certainly will be missed by her family and friends.

The story below was posted here to honor her life.  

Wanda, Ernest Haddock's daughter, wrote the following story. It reads: "Ernest was born to George Rittenhour and Marada Rose (Tucker) Haddock, July 24, 1903 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO. He was the second child and the first son of eight children. The first son and daughter were the one they most depended on especially his mother. His mother and he seemed to have a special bond. He has told me many stories of his childhood. It must've been very hard for him. He had to plow the fields barefoot. If you are familiar with Roaring River and Eagle Rock area you know just how rocky the terrain is. He said worse than the rocks  - were the Cockle burrs that got between his toes.

One day his mother took pity on him and caught two hens and a rooster and sent George to town with them to get Ernest a pair of work shoes, which he did. When he gave them to him to wear they were worse than none at all. They had wooden soles and rubbed blisters on his heels.

He also told of a time in the fall of the year during sorghum making time. He had a job stomping down the cane so it could be processed. Again he had no shoes. It was cold weather and his feet would turn blue from the cold. One morning his dad told him to go by a neighbor's house to collect some money that he owed for some work he had done. This he did, and went by the store in Eagle Rock to purchase him a pair of work shoes. He lacked one penny having enough to get them. The merchant refused to let him have them.

He just cried when he told me this story. He also said that when they would go to town, the men loafing on the sidewalks would spit tobacco juice on their feet. This was really humiliating to Dad. They lived in a log cabin. I suppose it had a loft where the boys would sleep. Ernest said that one night he woke up nearly smothered. It had snowed during the night and had come through the cracks in the roof and covered his face until he couldn't breathe.

He took us to the place where the cabin had been. My sister found a rock that had been used for a doorstep, he had chiseled his initials in it. She dug it out and took it home. I picked up a wooden peg that was used to hold the logs together. I still have it.

School was a treat to him. He didn't get to go very often, just between plantings and harvest. He and Marie crossed the swinging bridge to get to Munsey to go to school. One day when they were walking home, a drunken Indian chased them. Just as they got under the fence, the Indian fell off his horse and they out ran him, and didn't stop until they got home. I'll bet they didn't know they could run so fast.

Ernest had a sense of humor and like to play pranks on people, he and his neighbors in Verona, had quite a competition on who could outdo the other. He liked to play baseball. On Sunday afternoons he and his brothers and neighbor boys got together and played baseball in someone's pasture."

Photo from the files of Darla Marbut


Click here for photo - Wanda (Haddock) Lechner stated these people were in this photo: My mom and Dad's 50th wedding anniversary reception in 1974. In front - Ernest Slee Haddock, born Jul 24, 1903, died Mar 24, 1985; Ethel (Bougher) Haddock, born Dec 27, 1905, died Jul 9, 1992. Back row L To R: Rosemary (Haddock) Nelson, born Sept 11, 1938; Patsy Lee (Haddock) Lamb, born Oct 19, 1936; Helene (Haddock) Bounous, born Sept 1, 1932, died Mar 25, 1998; Ernestine (Haddock) White, born Oct 18, 1926; died Jan 19, 1995; and Wanda Mae (Haddock) Lechner, born May 22, 1930.


  Richard Ransom Haddock, lived in Barry Co., MO

 

Photo from the photo files of Don Cummons

Dane Martin, Darla Marbut, Joy Guentert and others who helped identify the people in this photo 

This picture came from Don Cummons and was from the photo album of his mother Emily "Marie" Haddock Cummons. She is the "me" written in the picture. E. S. is her brother Ernest Salee Haddock. The parents are George Rittenhour Haddock and Rose (Tucker) Haddock. Ernest Salee Haddock was born in 1903. Ernest is the little boy who is probably between 1 and 2 years old dating the photo to have been taken in about 1904 or 1905. It was first though the photo was taken about 1900.
 
It was confirmed by Joy Guentert that the couple and children on the far right is Charles Kinion and Nora (Haddock) Tucker Family. 
 
Darla Marbut stated that she thought the next couple on the left of Charles Kinion Tucker is Charles William and Florence Haddock, young girl with bow in her hair in front of the door opening probably Minnie Haddock (later married Jeff Thompson) Behind her the couple may be Nancy Ellen Haddock with husband Robert Walters.
 
The young couple behind by the corner of the house, the girls look like the Haddock girls so this couple could be Martha Mae Haddock who married George Elbridge Linebarger; between Rance and Sarah in the front row, (is probably Carrie Eldona Haddock who married Clark Cornell).
 
Darla thinks that on the end on far left is probably James Luther Haddock and his wife Ollie Catherine Wallen. And not in picture possibly could be Alonzo Haddock who married Maudie Carroll. She also stated that by the early 1900's Mary, an infant, and John Henry Haddock had already died. At this year's Haddock Reunion Ruth and Nadine (Minnie's daughters) said John Henry Haddock was buried in the Old Haddock Cemetery not too far from where Rance and Sarah Haddock once lived. And Darla also said that it is probable that the old house above was located on what is now Farm Road 1180.
 
Joy Guentert, Haddock descendant, stated that our new date is correct, the 3 children with Charles and Nora Haddock Tucker would be Raymond Tucker born 1900, Ella Tucker Wardlaw, (1902) Ruth's mother and the baby would her dad, Richard (Dick) Ransom Tucker (1904).

It was confirmed by Dane Martin, descendant of Charles and Florence (Moore) Haddock, that is indeed Charles and Florence, 2d couple from the right. The children in front of them are: Ellen "Ferne" Haddock b. 1899 and Roland Ransom Haddock b 1901. 

Florence is holding a baby and that would have been James Arthur Haddock who was born March 30, 1904.


Man on left is Rance Haddock - other man may be Jim Browning

[From the photo files of Don Cummons]

 

Obituary - Haddock, Ransom, Dec. 19, 1852, died Pierce City, MO, Jan. 21, 1941, at Exeter., MO. He was the son of Charles and Susan (Meyers) Rumbaugh Haddock. An abstract of his obituary reads: Pioneer Resident of County Died Today: Ransom Haddock spent all Eighty-eight years of life in the county: Haddock age 88, died at his home in Exeter, MO, about 4:00 A.M., this morning, January 21, 1941. Haddock was a native and lifelong resident of Barry County and has 150 living descendants. He was born near Pierce City, MO, December 19, 1852, the son of Charles and Susan Haddock, who were among the earliest settlers of Barry County. He is survived by four sons, Alford and Charles W. of Exeter; George of Butterfield, MO; and J. Luther of Sprague River, OR; four daughters, Mrs. Nora Belle Tucker of Gravette, AR; Mrs. Martha Linebarger of Exeter; Mrs. Minnie Thompson, and Mrs. Dona Cornell of Eagle Rock, MO; one brother, Alonzo Haddock of Monett, MO, and 59 grand children and 83 great grandchildren. Haddock became a member of the Roaring River Baptist Church 74 years ago and served many years as a deacon before moving to Exeter. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 P.M. Wednesday afternoon at the Exeter Baptist Church with Rev. Charles Van Zandt officiating. Burial will be in the Maplewood Cemetery near Exeter, under the direction of Barr and Blankenship. [Ref: Monett Times Obituary]

 

Riddle Obituary, Barry Co., MO, Cassville Democrat. Anna Mae LaRue married Audy Ellis Wormington and she is buried at IOOF Cemetery, Monett, Lawrence Co., MO. The cemetery is in the city of Monett and is barely across the line but it is in Lawrence Co. Her parents were Edward and Anna (Higgins) LaRue. Audy Ellis Wormington was the son of Ellis Emory and Goldie Ann (Smith) Wormington. He was a grandson of Edward and Elizabeth (Haddock) Wormington of Barry County. 


Editor's Note: The book, Haddock Heritage Second Edition, has many pages concerning the Charles Haddock family. Some of the above data was taken from the text. [Donna Haddock Cooper]


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